Forming faithful stewards, together

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“For we are what he has made us, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand to be our way of life.” Ephesians 2:10

Stewardship is about much more than money, and it’s more than what we do through our church. It’s a way of life; it’s our identity. God created us to be stewards, to care for all God has entrusted to us; as God’s stewards we use our lives to reflect God’s love and generosity in who we are and all we do.

Your Moravian Ministries Foundation is pleased to offer stewardship services to help you form and nurture faithful and generous stewards in your ministry setting. We do this by partnering with you to discern your community of faith’s unique culture and core rhythms, and then together we create a multi-year plan that encompasses all aspects of church life.

To learn more, please join Chris Spaugh, MMFA President and CEO, and me for “Forming Faithful Stewards, Together,” on Thursday, January 21, at 11:00 am. During the webinar we’ll share more about what’s new for MMFA’s stewardship services, including tools such as a health assessment and year-round planning template, our partnerships with three different money management courses, and more.

Please also join us for a new stewardship bible study in 2021; on the last Tuesday of every month, at 11 am EST, we’ll gather via Zoom for a one hour conversation about a chosen passage of scripture. I’m excited to co-lead our January session (1/26/21) with the Rev. Melissa Johnson, pastor of Advent Moravian Church in Bethlehem, PA. Stay tuned for more details, but please go ahead and register today!

How will your community of faith be a part of God’s work in our world in 2021? And how can MMFA walk with you as you form, educate, and nurture generous and faithful stewards? Please reach out to me (lwatson@nullmmfa.info; 336-725-2589) with any questions or to learn more about MMFA’s services; you can also visit us online at www.mmfa.info.

I look forward to hearing from you and to moving ministries forward, together.

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Laura Watson

About the Author:

Laura joined the Foundation in April of 2012. A native of Winston-Salem and member of Home Moravian Church, she has worked in the Florida school system, at Salem College, and as Assistant Director of Laurel Ridge, the Southern Province’s camp and conference center. When she’s not busy with stewardship for the Foundation, Laura enjoys running and fundraising for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), as well as traveling with her husband, Mark. She has served on the Salem Academy and College Board of Trustees, the Salem Academy Alumnae Board, and the Triad JDRF Board of Directors.
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